Food subsidy at Parliament canteen completely removed: Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla
Lok Sabha speaker Om Birla on January 19 informed that the ...
Subsidy on canteen food served in Parliament canteens ends; prices to go up
While Rajya Sabha will sit from 9 am to 2 pm, Lok Sabha will func...
Centra Vista: Construction of the new Parliament building begins, set to be ready in 2022
The new Parliament building will have a triangular ...
Budget session of Parliament to begin from January 29
Like the previous session, both the Houses are likely to sit in shifts with Rajya Sabha meeting in the forenoon and Lok Sabha in the evening as part of health measures adopted due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Centra Vista: Construction work of new Parliament building to start on January 15, say sources
Earlier this week, a 14-member heritage panel gave its approval for construction of the new Parliament building under the government's ambitious Central Vista redevelopment plan.
Dynastic politics burdens country with incompetence: PM Narendra Modi
"It is true that (in politics) the fortunes of those who have been winning elections on the basis of surnames are dwindling. But in politics, this disease of dynastic politics is not completely finished. There are still people whose politics is aimed at saving their family," Modi said in an apparent swipe at several opposition parties, including the Congress.
View: Should an agitation see Supreme Court put on hold farm policies approved by Parliament?
In a country with a population of over 138 crore people, the intensity of an agitation in one state or region should not be interpreted as the will of the people throughout the nation.
Heritage Conservation Committee approves construction of new parliament building
A few days ago, the Supreme Court cleared the decks for the ambitious Central Vista Project, which covers a three-km stretch from Rashtrapati Bhavan to India Gate in Lutyens' Delhi, by upholding the environmental clearance and the notification for change in land use.
'I have to be in Parliament': Robert Vadra hints at joining politics
Congress president Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra, on Thursday, opened up about his desire to join politics and said that he has to ...
View: Supreme Court judgment giving go-ahead to Central Vista revamp is a missed opportunity
Pressing the ‘pause’ button on the project, as Justice Khanna has done in his dissenting opinion, would have provided an opportunity for everyone to reflect more deeply on an enterprise that will define India for some time to come. It is also what the law, on balance, demanded.
Narendra Modi must spend more time in Parliament: Pranab Mukherjee in Memoir
Mukherjee further wrote that he had a very cordial relationship with PM Modi and recounted his first meeting with him as PM-designate. During his speech on the eve of the Republic Day in 2014, Mukherjee advocated for a decisive mandate.
Supreme Court finds no infirmity in clearances granted to build new Parliament
SC refuses to go into moral and ethical grounds saying it can’t govern; and also can’t direct govt on moral, ethical matters, decide policy or utilisation of funds
SC to pronounce verdict on Tuesday on pleas against Central Vista Project
The Central Vista revamp, announced in September, 2019 envisages a new triangular Parliament building, with seating capacity for 900 to 1,200 MPs, that is to be constructed by August, 2022 when the country will be celebrating its 75th Independence Day.
Parliament says no to Winter Session, but State Assemblies say aye to short sessions
However, in all cases the ruling party in the state held the session as it wanted key legislations, like the bill against "love jihad" and supplementary budgets, or resolutions (e.g. against the three farm laws in non-BJP ruled states) passed. In all cases, be it Parliament or a state assembly, the opposition wanted the winter session to be held and the government concerned bowed to the demand ostensibly only to pass its favoured bills.
Parliament nod awaited for Valuers Bill
The Bill is in circulation to get suggestions and opinions from the stakeholders and general public after which it would be placed before both Houses of Parliament, IOV president P K Thiagarajan told reporters here.